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Search by Name

Searching by Name is the most effective way to search Registry Records. Enter the last name and the first name in the spaces provided below. For corporations, trusts and other entities use the last name box. You can use the drop downs to select specific document type and limit the search to a single town. You may also limit the dates of your search.

Address Search (Recorded and Registered Land)




 

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Search by Book & Page

This search method assumes you have a book and page reference for your instrument. The abstract will list the names of the parties involved and other pertinent information. Book and Page references may come from other instruments and are often on the real estate property tax bill issued by a town.

Search by Year & Instrument

This search method assumes you have a reference to a recorded instrument number. The Registry numbering system starts anew each January, beginning with a new instrument number one every year. Most original instruments have the instrument # stamped on them somewhere. This search method should not be confused with searching for Land Court documents by document #.

Search by Entry Date

Enter the recording date(s) of the instruments you wish to search. Partial abstracts will be displayed. If you leave the dates empty, "today" is assumed. Click on the abstract icon to see complete information for each instrument. The search may be modified to target specific instruments or a single town. When searching for deeds or mortgages, you can target what range of consideration you are looking for.

Search for the deed of your house

Enter the last name and first name in the text box and select your town or all towns. This search is limited to deeds and is intended as aquick reference for property owners to locate deed book & page numbers and to order deed copies. You can view &/or print from the list of deeds. If you need to order a certified copy of your deed you can callour office at (413) 755-1722 and we will be pleased to assist you.

Search by Book & Page

This search method assumes you have a reference for the plan you are looking for. If the plan is in a plan book, enter the book number and the plan or page number. If you have a plan recorded in a deed book, enter the book number preceded by a "D" and the page number. If the deed book number has 3 digits, enter "D" then a zero so there are 5 spaces taken up, example: D0308. If the reference is to a plan at the end of a deed book, use 900 for the page entry. Land Court plans filed with documents are also available in this database.

Search by Name

This search method allows you to look for Registry plans using names. This data base includes street names, names of property owners as of the date of the plans, and the names of the surveyors who drew up the plans. The best use is by putting in the name of the street where the land is located and selecting the specific town; leaving out the street or road in the name will give wider search results.

Search by Name

Searching by Name is the most effective way to search Land Court Records. Enter the last name and the first name in the spaces provided below. For corporations, trusts and other entities use the last name box. You can use the drop downs to select specific document type and limit the search to a single town. You may also limit the dates of your search. Use this search method by putting in an owner's name to find their deed. Click on the abstract icon to get the deed information. Then click on the highlighted Certificate No. to get a listing of encumbrances on the property. On the encumbrance listing, you can look at specific documents. If you know the names of both the grantor and grantee you may enter each name in the spaces below and select the grantor/grantee.

To limit your results to only those documents that have both names, enter the second, optional, name where indicated below.

Address Search (Recorded and Registered Land)



Search by Certificate #

This search method is used when you have the Certificate of Title number for an owner or a specific piece of property and you would like to see the encumbrances filed against it. It will give you the deed that created it and any documents affecting the Certificate of Title. If the certificate is cancelled it will show the deed that the property was conveyed to. *When searching for a Condominium Master Deed they are given a Master Certificate of Title Number which starts with the prefix "C". (ie. C133). When individual units are conveyed, Memorandums of Unit Ownership are issued and are numbered with the Master Certificate of Title Number and numbered consecutively, (ie. C133-1, C133-2, etc.)

Search by Document #

This search method assumes you have a reference to a specific document that you would like to see. Each Land Court document has been stamped with a number. Land Court started with Document #1 in 1900 and we now have over one million documents on file. *When searching for a Condominium Master Deeds they are given a Master Certificate of Title Number which starts with the prefix "C". (ie. C133). When individual units are conveyed, Memorandums of Unit Ownership are issued and are numbered with the Master Certificate of Title Number and numbered consecutively, (ie. C133-1, C133-2, etc.)

Search by Deed Document #

This search method is used when you have the Document Number of the deed and you would like to see the encumbrances filed against it. If the Certificate of Title is cancelled, it will show the deed that the property was conveyed to. You can also enter the Certificate of Title Number instead of the Deed Document Number. *When searching for a Condominium Master Deed they are given a Master Certificate of Title Number which starts with the prefix "C". (ie. C133). When individual units are conveyed, Memorandums of Unit Ownership are issued and are numbered with the Master Certificate of Title Number and numbered consecutively, (ie. C133-1, C133-2, etc.)

Search by Entry Date

This search method will give you all of the indexed documents registered starting on a specific date and going forward chronologically. You can limit your search to a specific document type or to a single town. All deeds are included in this search method; all other documents are limited prior to September 1985.

Search by Plan #

Land Court plans filed with Certificates of Title are found here. Enter the plan number without the letter and you will get a listing of all plans under that case number. You then click on the letter that matches your plan reference to find your plan.

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